Parit and Robinson Falls. 120515.
I tried the same route as yesterday afternoon this morning. First the garden, then up along the track to Parit Falls. There was not much in the garden but there were a few birds in the forest near the Parit Falls.
This one took a bit of working out but I googled birds and Cameron Highlands and found the answer.
There were a flock of about a dozen of these, flitting from bush to bush.
I am not even going to attempt to ID this one. I will leave it till tomorrow. Update: It is a Streaked Wren-babbler (Napothera brevicaudata), thanks to Mr Tou for the identification.
This butterfly looks back to front because he has what looks like an eye at his rear end. Update: Tailed Judy (Abisara neophron) butterfly, ID by Ma’ruf – thank you. They are found through Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, S.China and Malay Peninsula.
I thought this was a Chinese Blackbird at first glance but the slight hook in the beak had me suspicious. Once again Google came to the rescue and I found some people who had done banding on these birds.
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